The Arkansas Business & Education Alliance (ABEA) recently published a list of the statewide Class of 2019 Arkansas Scholars, including Southeast Arkansas students, according to a news release.


Nearly 200 high school seniors from Jefferson County (Dollarway, Pine Bluff, Watson Chapel, and White Hall school districts and Southeast Arkansas Preparatory School) were recognized as Arkansas Scholars and received completion certificates and medallions during recent ceremonies at their respective schools.


Southeast Arkansas schools and students include:


DOLLARWAY — Kiya Anderson, Keyvionte Brooks, Shaleelah Brown, Ladestiny Hawkins, Kavareous Lowe, Mar’tavius Proctor, Ladayja Walker, Infinity Washington, Anthony Williams and Donteria Willis.


PINE BLUFF — Chastite Allen,Alliza Bolden, Marissa Bones, Markayla Brown, Saryiah Campbell, Kelley Carroll, E’leecia Clark, Christopher Cobbs, Cambree Coleman, Gia Edgerson, Tenia Epperson, Jamaal Foote, Makyah Goodlow, Pashu’ar Grissom, Charles Harris III, Malcolm Howard, Teaona Johnson, Taylor N. Johnson, Sandie Kindle, Jarod King, Jacolbi Knowlton, Isiah Mays, Arletta Pleasant, Michael Ridgell, Maya Rouse, Asia Shelton, Allen Smith, Faith Smith, Eric Stevens, Roderic Stinson Jr., Justin Thomasson, Lonnie Walker IV, Amari Washington, Kylan Weatherspoon and Daedrian White.


Southeast Arkansas Preparatory — Osaze Cole and Loren Adams.


Sparkman — Hannah Jo Everett,Katie Diane White,Taylor Lee Nix andValerie Lynn Peterman.


Watson Chapel — Fabian Arreola,Kelly Arreola,Summer Bassford,Daniel Beavers, David Beavers, Katelyn Blanchard, Maycie Blevins, Krissie Branch, Jennifer Brooks, Akalah Burns, Victoria Burroughs, Kelin Camp, Xavier Carter, Kyle Clay, Robin Collins, Morgan Edwards, Tyler Evans, Samantha Faulkner, Jodie Garner, Marissa Godwin, Megan Harris, Deanna Jackson, Jaia James, Mariah Jennings, Najaah Johnson, Johnie Jones, Kenneth Jones, Ryan Jones, Kyra Kelly, Logan Kidd, Destiny Kilgore, A’darius Lee, Shunbreka Lee, Adareus Lewis, Toni Lunsford, Whittaker Moorehead, Benjimen Neal, Katelynn O’keefe, Gwendolyn O’neal, Kyron Paris, Asia Perkins, Melody Phillips, Tristan Robinson, Olivia Rose, Aalazha Royal, Bre’nae Savage, Gabrielle Shelby, Alexius Shelton, Theophilus Smith, Jasmine Thomas, Gia Turner, Sierra Waters, Gerrod White, Chancey Wilkins, Dajah Williams, Mya Williams, Kason Withers and Kendall Withers.


WHITE HALL — Tyler Aaron,Reagan Adams,Alyssa Alley,Khyle Almodal,Nicholas Ames,Lucas Ary,Chandler Atwood,Kaitlyn Babb,Walker Bailey,Daelynn Baughman,Darius Bell,Maggie Boling,Benjamin Bowers,Blaze Boyd,Dakota Brawdy,Haven Brinkman,Haylee Brooks,Lyndsi Chavis,Kaylee Church,Morgan Cockrell,Calvin Collins,Porsha Conner,Sarah Corley,Jaden Crater,Christopher Creekmore,Madison Crow,Justin Dady,Samuel Doss,Levi Downing,Koby Drake, Ryan Duckworth,Priscilla Foreman, Hayden Foster,Martha Fox,Britney Franklin,Tikiana Freeman,Aaron French,Spencer Funderburg,Raelyn Geiggar,Sydney Gonthier,Ashlyn Grandy,Garrett Green,Makenzie Grinage,Dakota Hall, Emily Hall, Bailey Harris, Erin Harris, Makayla Henderson, Cheney Herring, Megan Herring, Kaela K. Hodge, Azana Holman, John Horton, Morgan Howell, Mary Howerton, Sidney Huffman, Sara Hulse, Samaria Jackson, Tyler Jeffries, Grace Jennings, Gabrielle Johnson, Kyle Lambert, Destiny Lindsey, Joshua Looney, Kennedy Luster, Brynne Massey, Lane McAlister, Joshua McNulty, Glory Mincy, Tahlia Moore, Zackary Motsinger, Mylas Murray-Norman, Baylor Owen, Olivia Peckham, Mackenzie Poe, Madelyn Price, Blair Quarles, Dalton Ratliff, Bradley Reece, Nicholas Richmond, Sydney Robinson, Charles Rodgers, Shelby Rogers, Ryan Ruff, Hardeep Singh, Mark-Essex Smith, Spencer Smith, Alaina Spadoni, Hanna Stone, Wesley Stone, Jacob Sutton, Shekinah Tillman, Nathaniel Tucker, William Ursery, Olivia Via, Chloe Ward, Huntyr Ward, Julian Weatherford, Hallie White, Hannah Williams, Madison York and Triston Young.


DREW CENTRAL — Nicholas Barnard, Anna Coleman, Raylee Gray, Jazmyne Orr, Morgan Rainwater, Ty Say, Ezra Trantham, John Whitehurst and Lynsey Hoover.


DUMAS — Bailey Bradley, Jada Burgess, Jazmine Burgess, Lizette Chavez, Azucena Corcoles, Satoria Dalton, Tatyanna Evans, Dominique Fitzgerald, Edgar Garcia, Charles Goodgame, Selena Harris, Drelyn Hilson, Pratik Nathu, Jordan Neeley, Neida Ramirez, Blaine Schulz, Megan Watson and Emma White.


MONTICELLO — Allison Abney, Mallory Bennett, Annagail Boren, Hope Burmeister, Morgan Cassels, Jewel Kayla Chapman, Henry Chen, Lydea Clark, Bradley Kyle Dallas, Mercedes Daniels, Matthew Echols, Daniel Ferguson, Macey Fletcher, Megan Forrest, Rowyn Grace Fradsham, Jazmin Gomez Angeles, Heath Hayes, William Herring, Cameron Hunter, Auston Jeffers, Tariq Jenkins, Evelyn Johnson, Gracie Johnson, Morgan Jones, Karissa Joyner, Fawad Khalid, Jawad Khalid, Samantha Lee, Mackenzie Maloney, Gabriel Martens, Hannah Mcdougald, Elise Mcduff, Morgan Miller, Daidrian Millet, Glen Morgan, Rebecca Nichols, Austin Norman, William O’fallon, Ashlynn Oltmann, Colton Oltmann, Bralyn Owens, Chelsea Owens, Alexandria Pennington, Jamya Pinkney, M’leia Rhodes, Fidencio Rivera, Alexis Rodriguez, John Saffold, Jennifer Santos Andrade, Chaney Scott, Nyah Scott, Gabrielle Searcy, Mary Emma Simon, Shania Elise Smith, Jacob Spencer, Tye Swain, Carlton Talley, Jimmy Tate, Kurt Tate, Josiah Taylor, Jada Trotter, John Vance, Samuel Witt, Anthony Woodard, Brianna Yount.


About Arkansas Business & Education Alliance (ABEA)


Organized in 1990, ABEA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of education in Arkansas. The mission of ABEA is to promote and support Arkansas Scholars, the organization’s signature program, which targets eighth grade students across the state to sign up for the program. The objectives of Arkansas Scholars are to encourage and motivate students to take the “SMART CORE” curriculum during their four years of high school, make semester grades of “C” or better in all courses throughout the four years, maintain a 95% attendance record and graduate on time in eight consecutive semesters, accoriding to a news release.


Details: https://showtime.arkansasonline.com/abea/index.html .